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Boys basketball: Greyhound duo too much for Eagles

SR Story | Jake Cillay scored 21 points and Micah Lagerquist added 20 as Pullman held off West Valley’s spirited second-half rally and claimed a 62-59 Great Northern League win Saturday at West Valley. Martin Herford tallied a team-high 14 points for the Eagles (11-5, 5-3), including eight …

Lyon guides Grizzlies to upset of Rams

SR Story | John Lyon led a balanced offensive attack with 13 points and Newport used a late rally to upset Riverside 49-45 in a Northeast A League game Friday in Newport. Lyon hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 3 minutes left and the Grizzlies (9-6, 4-5) never looked …

Rebounding edge leads LC’s boys past Ferris in Rubber Chicken

SR Story | Isaiah Hernandez finished with 14 points and five steals, and Dominick Oliveri had 14 rebounds to lead a 46-26 advantage as Lewis and Clark (11-4, 9-4 Greater Spokane League) defeated Ferris 57-34 in the Rubber Chicken Game at the Arena. The Tigers moved within one …

Area boys: Liberty runs winning streak to 10

SR Story | Match Burnham scored 12 of his game-high 36 points in the third quarter and Liberty pulled away after halftime and beat host Northwest Christian 65-52 in a Northeast 2B League game Tuesday night. The win was the Lancers’ 10th straight. Their only loss of the …

Melik Hampton played some tough defense and added a couple of crucial foul shots in Rogers’ win. (Colin Mulvany)

Rogers’ Hampton makes Bears pay

SR Story | Melik Hampton didn’t know it was coming, but it didn’t surprise him either. His Rogers basketball team had the ball coming out of a Central Valley timeout with the score knotted 58-58 with 19.5 seconds to go in overtime Tuesday. The Bears let almost seven …

Boys basketball: West Valley hands Clarkston first loss

SR Story | Martin Herford scored 17 points and West Valley used a hot start and a late rally to upset previously-unbeaten Clarkston 56-53 in a Great Northern League game Saturday at West Valley. John Sage added 15 points and Anthony Rice chipped in 11 for the Eagles, …

Game capsules

Northwest Christian 72, Kettle Falls 30
Nathan Sander scored 16 points and Asher Cox 15 to …
Odessa-Harrington 46, Selkirk 43
In a game that came down to the wire, John …
Wellpinit 73, Northport 45
Wellpinit hit 12 3-pointers to Northport’s zero on its way …
Inchelium 78, Columbia 52
Inchellium went on the road and defeated Columbia 78-52. Quentin …
Post Falls 72, Lewiston 40
A balanced scoring effort led Post Falls to a 72-40 …
Curlew 68, Valley Christian 28
Gunner Brown scored 20 points, Daniel Tresham had 14 and …
Pullman 62, West Valley 59
Jake Cillay scored 21 and Micah Logerquist had 20 to …
St. Maries 55, Bonners Ferry 45
Jake Greer had 13 of his 17 points in the …

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Girls basketball: Hailee Bennett lifts Wolfpack to win over T-Wolves

SR Story | Hailee Bennett’s free throw with 10 seconds left gave Glacier a 45-44 come-from-behind nonleague win over Lake City Saturday in Kalispell. The Timberwolves had the ball and a two-point lead with 20 seconds left, but a turnover led to a Bennett three-point play that put …

Knights hang on, defeat West Valley

SR Story | Hannah Burland scored 17 points and grabbed nine rebounds and East Valley kept its spotless Great Northern League record intact with a 49-46 win at West Valley on Friday. The Eagles (6-9, 4-3) squandered two potential game-tying opportunies in the final 13 seconds.

Second-half rally sparks Saxons

SR Story | After one half, the Ferris Saxons girls basketball team had all it could handle from the visiting Shadle Park Highlanders. The Saxons gathered themselves the final two quarters to pull away for a 68-46 win in Greater Spokane League play Friday.

Rebounding edge leads LC’s boys past Ferris in Rubber Chicken

SR Story | Isaiah Hernandez finished with 14 points and five steals, and Dominick Oliveri had 14 rebounds to lead a 46-26 advantage as Lewis and Clark (11-4, 9-4 Greater Spokane League) defeated Ferris 57-34 in the Rubber Chicken Game at the Arena. The Tigers moved within one …

GSL girls: Top-ranked Bullpups hold back Mead

SR Story | The Gonzaga Prep girls basketball team was cruising along through three quarters before the Bullpups discovered an 18-point lead had been whittled to four. The No. 1-ranked Bullpups finished strongly, taking a 53-46 decision over host Mead in a Greater Spokane League game Tuesday.

Area girls: Lakeside rolls to 12th consecutive win

SR Story | Stefanie Marikis led a balanced attack on offense with 11 points and Lakeside extended its winning streak to 12 games with a 61-43 win over host Chewelah in a Northeast A League game Tuesday. Ten players scored for the Eagles (13-1, 8-0), whose only loss …

Game capsules

Curlew 46, Valley Christian 44
Kayleona Fanning came up big down the stretch as Curlew …
Oakesdale 42, St. John-Endicott 36
Jacey Johnson’s 25-point effort helped Oakesdale edge St. John-Endicott 42-36 …
Odessa-Harrington 57, Selkirk 29
Odessa-Harrington used defensive pressure, quick hands and unselfish passing to …
Bonners Ferry 60, St. Maries 38
Jasmine Hill led the way as Bonners Ferry turned in …
Northwest Christian 69, Kettle Falls 27
In a game that was dominated from beginning to end, …
Inchelium 58, Columbia 31
Inchelium snapped a four-game losing streak with a 58-31 win …
Wellpinit 57, Northport 18
Jovahni Seymour scored a game-high 13 points to lead Wellpinit …
Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 62, Freeman 35
Lind-Ritzille/Sprague shot 20-26 from the line as the Broncos powered …

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Rebounding edge leads LC’s boys past Ferris in Rubber Chicken

SR Story | Isaiah Hernandez finished with 14 points and five steals, and Dominick Oliveri had 14 rebounds to lead a 46-26 advantage as Lewis and Clark (11-4, 9-4 Greater Spokane League) defeated Ferris 57-34 in the Rubber Chicken Game at the Arena. The Tigers moved within one …

GSL wrestling: CV pulls out big win with gamble

SR Story | Even before the wrestling match between Central Valley and North Central began, CV coach John Owen fretted that he’d need to gamble. He figured host NC was favored in eight of 14 matches and opted to take a chance and bump Braeden Orrino up from …

Wrestling: Freeman rolls past Colville for 17th straight dual win

SR Story | By the time returning Colville state placer T.J. Baun staunched the bleeding with his pin at 113 pounds midway through the showdown wrestling match between the state’s top-two ranked 1A teams, the damage had been done. Just two matches into the showdown between the Indians …

Prep roundup: Mt. Spokane wins four-way gymnastics meet

SR Story | Jade Anderson tied for first place with Ferris’ Jessica Harpel in the all-around Wednesday and led Mt. Spokane to the team win during a four-way Greater Spokane League gymnastics meet at North Central. Anderson and Harpel scored 35.300 points to outdistance three Mt. Spokane gymnasts …

Game capsules

Dream Duals (girls)
Champions: 100-Guerra (Warden). 105-Roman (Granger). 110-Gilliam (NC). 110B-Erickson (Spr).
Dream Duals (boys)
4A Results: 1/2/3/4/5/6-Battle Ground, Mountain View (Vancouver), Rogers (Puyallup), Mead, …
Priest River Invitational
Lakeland took first in five different weight classes as the …
Ferris 38, Mt. Spokane 33
Ferris built a large lead and then had enough cushion …
Lewis and Clark 39, Rogers 26
Lewis and Clark gutted out a 39-26 dual win at …
Colville 58, Riverside 12
Colville mustered a 59-12 win over host Riverside on Thursday. …
Deer Park 63, Newport 0
Deer Park posted an impressive 63-0 dual win over visiting …
Mead 59, Shadle Park 7
Mead lost the opening match, but then went on two …

Gymnastics View all Gymnastics

Rebounding edge leads LC’s boys past Ferris in Rubber Chicken

SR Story | Isaiah Hernandez finished with 14 points and five steals, and Dominick Oliveri had 14 rebounds to lead a 46-26 advantage as Lewis and Clark (11-4, 9-4 Greater Spokane League) defeated Ferris 57-34 in the Rubber Chicken Game at the Arena. The Tigers moved within one …

Prep roundup: Jenna Schlosser’s three wins lead Mead

SR Story | Jenna Schlosser continued her solid season, placing first in three events and winning the all-around title Thursday to lead Mead to a Greater Spokane League gymnastics meet victory at University High School. Schlosser won the bar, floor exercise and the vault, and finished second in …

Prep roundup: Mt. Spokane wins four-way gymnastics meet

SR Story | Jade Anderson tied for first place with Ferris’ Jessica Harpel in the all-around Wednesday and led Mt. Spokane to the team win during a four-way Greater Spokane League gymnastics meet at North Central. Anderson and Harpel scored 35.300 points to outdistance three Mt. Spokane gymnasts …

Prep roundup: Jenna Schlosser guides Mead to GSL gymnastics win

SR Story | Jenna Schlosser won three out of four events to place first in the all-around Thursday as Mead won a four-way Greater Spokane League meet at Mead Gymnastics Center. Schlosser won the uneven bars (9.475 points), floor exercise (9.5) and vault (9.325) as she scored 36.1 …

Mead considered favorite in GSL gymnastics

SR Story | It remains to be seen if the Mead gymnastics team can contend for a state championship, as it did when it captured the 4A title in 2012. Panthers coach Laurie Chadwick is optimistic, though.

Mt. Spokane opens GSL wrestling with win over State 3A champ NC

SR Story | The North Central and Mt. Spokane wrestling teams proved Wednesday night just how tough this Greater Spokane League season is going to be. Mt. Spokane’s Jacob Sander used an escape to defeat Jacob Koczar 2-0 in overtime at 200 pounds, and the Mt. Spokane Wildcats …

East Valley High School wrestler Trey Meyer, on top, works with teammate Eli Hartshorn during practice at EVHS in February. (FILE PHOTOS)

Winter’s heating up for wrestlers, gymnasts

SR Story | After several weeks of sitting on freezing bleacher benches to watch the finale of the fall high school sports season, it’s time to head indoors for some heated competition. Jamborees begin this weekend for high school basketball, and the start of the high school wrestling …

Game capsules

Lewis and Clark/North Central/Rogers, Ferris
Jessica Harpel claimed first place in every individual event to …
Central Valley/Mead/Mt Spokane/Shadle/University, Mead Gym Center
At the Mead Gymnastics Center, Mt. Spokane placed first in …
Central Valley/Lewis and Clark/Mead/Rogers, University
Jenna Schlosser claimed first place in three events and second …
Ferris/Mt Spokane/Shadle, North Central
The all-around ended in a tie for first, and the …
Mead/North Central/Shadle Park/University, Mead Gym Center
Jenna Schlosser won three out of four events to place …
Lewis and Clark/North Central/Rogers/Shadle, Central Valley
Central Valley finished at least both first and second in …
Ferris/Mead/Mt Spokane/University, Mead Gym Center
Jenna Schlosser’s wins in the bars, vault and all-around led …
Central Valley/Mead/North Central/University, Rogers
Jenna Schlosser won the vault, bars and overall scoring as …
Boys basketball »
Boys basketball: Greyhound duo too much for Eagles
Tigers win with Smith
Lyon guides Grizzlies to upset of Rams
Prep roundup: Mead forges 3-way tied for first in GSL wrestling
Rebounding edge leads LC’s boys past Ferris in Rubber Chicken
Girls basketball »
Girls basketball: Hailee Bennett lifts Wolfpack to win over T-Wolves
Second-half rally sparks Saxons
Knights hang on, defeat West Valley
Prep roundup: Mead forges 3-way tied for first in GSL wrestling
Rebounding edge leads LC’s boys past Ferris in Rubber Chicken
Wrestling »
Prep roundup: Mead forges 3-way tied for first in GSL wrestling
Rebounding edge leads LC’s boys past Ferris in Rubber Chicken
GSL wrestling: CV pulls out big win with gamble
Prep wrestling: Tate Orndorff helps U-Hi to third place at Rocky Mountain Classic
Wrestling: Freeman rolls past Colville for 17th straight dual win
Gymnastics »
Rebounding edge leads LC’s boys past Ferris in Rubber Chicken
Prep roundup: Jenna Schlosser’s three wins lead Mead
Prep roundup: Mt. Spokane wins four-way gymnastics meet
Prep roundup: Jenna Schlosser guides Mead to GSL gymnastics win
Mead considered favorite in GSL gymnastics
Football »
Shadle’s Brett Rypien named Washington 3A player of the year
Tri-State draws elite field for 43rd edition
State football: Eastside Catholic topples Bellevue
North Idaho all-league teams
All-league Washington
Baseball »
West Valley names baseball field in honor of Jack Spring
Mt. Spokane gets blanked, elminated by Yakima
Northstars win 4th of July Wood Bat Classic
State 3A baseball: Mt. Spokane claws way to third place
Straughan pitches, hits Colton to title
Volleyball »
GSL girls should see tighter games in second half
North Idaho all-league teams
All-league Washington
2A, 1A, 2B, 1B State volleyball: Colfax romps to 13th title
Bears claim first trophy for volleyball
Fastpitch softball »
Senior Hannah Wesselman powers U-Hi to state
Softball: University, Shadle Park make state; 4A teams stay home
Softball: Shadle Park holds off Southridge in 3A regional
Softball notes: Jordyn Soliday finds her place with Cardinals
Softball: Lakeside edges Riverside for District 7 1A title
Girls soccer »
North Idaho all-league teams
All-league Washington
Soccer: Too much of good thing?
CV’s girls’ soccer success twice as nice this year
Kelsey Turnbow scores four as Central Valley repeats as State 4A soccer champs
Spring boys soccer »
Shootout win sends Ferris to semis
Young CV Bears, led by three seniors, suffer tough loss at state
Blackhawks survive Greyhounds, claim District 7 2A soccer title
CV tops Ferris in boys soccer to claim District 4A title
Boys soccer teams work toward season
Track and field »
Kopcynski, Allred pick up state victories
State 1A/2B/1B boys track: Medical Lake surges in 3,200 to capture 1A title
State 1A/2B/1B girls track: Colfax girls roll to 2B title
No records, but more gold for pair at small-schools track
Colfax’s Cai wins girls State 2B pole vault
Cross country »
Boys basketball: Antoinne Holmes’ 3-pointer gives Cusick upset win over Curlew
North Idaho all-league teams
All-league Washington
Mt. Spokane runner John Dressel selects Colorado
EV cross country has one-three punch
Boys tennis »
Kyle Fager, Courtney Provan win District 8 4A tennis singles titles
Inland Empire tennis tourney here
Tennis: LC’s Luke Brittan looks for perfect spot on court
Girls tennis »
Kyle Fager, Courtney Provan win District 8 4A tennis singles titles
Inland Empire tennis tourney here
Tennis notes: Ferris picks up star player out of the blue
Tennis: LC’s Luke Brittan looks for perfect spot on court
Boys golf »
Lakeland’s Derek Bayley makes U.S. Open bid
Lakeland’s Bayley drives toward good finish
Girls golf »
Lakeland’s Derek Bayley makes U.S. Open bid